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Synthesis of nanostructured silver/silver halides on titanate surfaces and their visible-light photocatalytic performance
Dense and uniform silver halides AgX (X = Cl, Br, I) nanoparticles were successfully fabricated on layered titanate nanowired honeycomb (TNHC) thin films. The growth of AgX nanocrystals was carried out through two steps. ...
Visible-light plasmonic photocatalyst anchored on titanate nanotubes : a novel nanohybrid with synergistic effects of adsorption and degradation
A nanohybrid plasmonic photocatalyst, comprising Ag-AgX (X = Cl, Br, I) nanoparticles anchored on titanate nanotubes, was fabricated via a silver ion incorporation process followed by hydrogen halide injection and ...
Specific surface area of titanium dioxide (TiO2) particles influences cyto- and photo-toxicity
The aim of this study is to examine how different specific surface areas of similar-sized titanium dioxide (TiO2) particles could influence both cytotoxicity and phototoxicity. TiO2 particles of different specific surface ...
Understanding the role of nanostructures for efficient hydrogen generation on immobilized photocatalysts
For the purpose of efficiently utilizing the renewable solar energy, it is of vital importance to understand the key factors that contribute to the performance merits for photocatalysis applications. In this work, we find ...
Efficient Ag@AgCl cubic cage photocatalysts profit from ultrafast plasmon-induced electron transfer processes
Photon-coupling and electron dynamics are the key processes leading to the photocatalytic activity of plasmonic metal-semiconductor nanohybrids. To better utilize and explore these effects, a facile large-scale synthesis ...